What’s On

See below for our current and forthcoming events and exhibitions…

Painting For Fun

1st January 2014, 10:00 AM to 30th December 2014, 16:00 PM

Tuesdays 10.00-12.00 & 14.00-16.00 
Free oil painting sessions, open to all but aimed at those out of work or struggling with stress. All materials provided and all welcome! Please email Kim Todd, kimp.todd@gmail.com for more information.


YOGA with Beverley

14th January 2014, 17:30 PM to 21st December 2014, 19:45 PM

Re-starting January 14th 2014  Tuesdays 17.30-18.30 and 18.45-19.45

SLOW YOGA: 17.30-18.30 - Enjoy increasing awareness, flexibility and strength, building a firm foundation. Suitable for beginners and all levels. Small classes with attention to individual health needs. Reductions for block bookings.

PAMPER YOGA: 18.45-19.45 - Enjoy a nurturing, restorative time out. Total relaxation plus the physical benefits of yoga. Enjoy gentle stretches supported by blankets and cushions.

Contact Beverley 07950 717 406 or bpg@blueyonder.co.uk to register. £6 for each class, large reductions for early block bookings.


Cookie Jar Designer Market

13th September 2014, 11:00 AM to 13th December 2014, 17:00 PM

Once again The Cookie Jar Designer Market at the Holy Biscuit Art Gallery will be on Saturday, 13 September. If you like arts and crafts and are looking for a good time, then it is the place for you!

Come along to the Holy Biscuit where you can browse up to 16 stalls of quality handmade and vintage goods, including jewellry, arts, crafts, knitwear and much, much more! It’s also worth coming along for our usual homemade cakes and cookies, as well as other refreshments available all day.

Free parking and kids activities. There’s really no excuse to miss it!


Cacophony by NAGAS

17th September 2014, 11:00 AM to 26th September 2014, 17:00 PM

Preview: Wednesday, 17th October, 17.00-20.00

Cacophony is the exhibition celebrating the vivid and expansive creative output of Newcastle and Gateshead’s premier Mental Health Arts organisation. The artists involved wished to title the show after the diverse and individualistic nature of the collection, as well as promoting from the roof tops the need to make the public aware of its existence and need for support. Cacophony is a combination of loud, often jarring, sounds … come and see yourself.

View past shows